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Would you be opposed to government taking steps to make the upper class more accessible to the middle class?

March 24, 2012 in Insurance jobs and educations

What if a transition to the upper class was easier thanks to govt lowering health insurance, cost of higher education, and creating millions of green collar jobs? Wouldn’t moving people from the middle class to the upper class be a good thing? Wouldn’t this constitute “redistributing the wealth”?

Boehner Delivers Floor Speech on Need for Affordable & Accessible Health Care in America

October 21, 2010 in Insurance Agent


House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) delivered the following remarks on health care today on how the Democrats emerging plan will hurt middle-class families by increasing taxes, raising health care costs, and rationing care. He also discussed the Republicans better solutions to give Americans access to high-quality health care and ensure sure that health care decisions are made by patients and doctors, not government bureaucrats.

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Texas Hospitals Ask For Help To Make Health Insurance More Affordable And Accessible

July 14, 2010 in Health insurance

The Texas Hospital Association (THA) is urging lawmakers in Dallas, Houston and throughout the rest of the state to take the right steps to make health insurance more affordable and accessible to individuals in Texas. The state ranks first in the country in the percentage of uninsured residents (24.6%).


‘Cover the Uninsured Week,’ which is observed nationally to highlight the importance of access to affordable health care benefits, has garnered particular attention in Texas where Gov. Rick Perry has localized the awareness effort by proclaiming April 23-29, 2007 as Cover the Uninsured Week in the Lone Star State.

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